The St. Petersburg College Foundation Alumni Association Committee will meet on Tuesday, September 17, 2019 at 12:00 p.m. at the SPC District Office in Innovation Hall – Room-150, 6021 142nd Avenue N, Clearwater, FL 33760 to discuss general business.
The St. Petersburg College Foundation: Finance & Investment Committee will meet on Thursday, September 5, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at the SPC District Office in Conference Room 108 at 6021 142nd Avenue N, Clearwater, FL 33760 to discuss general business.
Help spread the word about an opportunity for students to work with SPC Athletics this coming Fall 2019 Term. SPC Athletics is hiring staff. For more information, please contact Davie Gill at email@example.com!
Practice these tips – from password protection to keeping devices and browsers up-to-date – to stay safe online.
The College’s Student Information System, PeopleSoft Campus Solutions, is undergoing an upgrade to the newest 9.2 version with expected go-live date in late Fall 2019. The goals of the upgrade are to enhance user experience for students and employees, improve the efficiency and effectiveness of business functions and achieve flexibility […]
The St. Petersburg College Foundation Board will meet on Thursday, August 15, 2019 at 11:30 am at the SPC Seminole Campus in the TL Building, room 108, 9200 113th St N, Seminole, FL 33772 to discuss general business.
Music faculty have been busy over the past several months with concerts, masterclasses and much more. Read about what faculty members, including Joe Braccio, Jeff Donovick and Linda Switzer, have been doing on the college’s Arts, Humanities and Design blog.
The college’s Fall enrollment and retention campaign is underway, featuring a new video that promotes the 2019-20 campaign “Discover. Grow. Together.“ The campaign is aligned with SPC’s three foundational commitments of academic excellence, economic mobility and community engagement. The theme was created with input from three separate focus groups comprised […]
Why, yes, Tampa Bay IS in the “highest” track density area forecast for the 2019 hurricane season! With the least anticipated of all seasons upon us, it’s good to know how to be ready for a storm – with bonus points for not having to scurry around at the last […]
The latest round of updates for the college’s website migration project is complete, with the Financial Aid pages now fully migrated. Work on the final main section of the site, Student Services, has begun. The goal is to complete the entire website migration project by the end of 2019. For […]
Please remember to lock your workstation if you leave the keyboard. This ensures that nobody else will have an opportunity to use your computer with your access for their gain. Please do not think that because your office is behind a swipe that it is totally secure or exempt. Remember […]
The 2019 CETL Distinguished Faculty Awards survey is now open and accepting nominations. This is a wonderful opportunity to nominate a deserving colleague to be recognized for their contributions. Any college employee can nominate a faculty member for this honor. This year we will beincluding an award for one adjunct faculty member as well. […]
The college has rolled out its new password management system to students on May 29. The new system, which follows information security best practices, will require students to enter “complex” passwords and change them regularly to strengthen and protect passwords against cybersecurity threats. The new password management system will not […]
A few volunteers are still needed for the Habitat for Humanity home builds on Wednesday, 5/22 and Wednesday, 5/29 from 8 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. If you are interested in this volunteer opportunity, please complete a brief survey. More information can be found in this Blue and White article earlier […]